“Time is running out for rich nations to build trust and deliver on their unmet target.”
Oxfam America said the cuts slash “any hopes for the responsible international cooperation and solidarity that is critical to save lives and restore the global economy.”
At the U.N. climate talks in Madrid, environmental and development groups are pushing to establish a fund to help countries already reeling from climate change.
“Inequality is not inevitable,” the report says, “it’s a political choice.”
“Inequality is not inevitable.” Yet the United States continues to widen the inequality gap.
Regardless of what the companies claim, the Big 10 do have the power and resources to address hunger and poverty within their supply chains.